Discussion in 'NSWRL Competitions' started by Timmah, Oct 9, 2018.
Any scores on Cabra and Mounties game?
Mounties 28 Cabra 12
Cheers. Was there earlier in the day and Cabra were pretty keen on a win. Shame for their big day.
Over the last few weeks 3 more players, taking the total to 14 this year, have played in all 3 grades:
Toa Mat'afa - 4 games in NSW Cup, 3 in RMC, 1 in SS
Sam Radovu - 1 game NSW Cup, 3 in RMC, 1 in SS
Nick O'Meley - 1 game NSW Cup, 8 in RMC, 2 in SS
Does anyone know who played for Cabra on Saturday? It appears that the NSWRL was unaware the game was on and so did not have the computer operating.
They (nor Brothers or Canterbury) couldn't be bothered communicating to anyone that Brothers forfeited their Women's Premiership game either, so I wouldn't count on it.
I heard a couple of weeks ago that Brothers have withdrawn from the women's comp
That's my understanding as well, but the governing body CBF confirming it and the club's own Facebook page is saying nothing either ♂️
Tony Williams and John Folau not listed in either of Blacktown's NSW Cup team or RMC team for this week.
Don’t be surprised if West’s RMC coach is shown the door.
West’s GM,who’s also a former coach of the team isn’t a fan at all of the current coach despite being on a win streak and having player recruitment power,with the vast majority of the team signing because he is coach.
Folau ain't signing with BWSE
As for Williams, has he played a game this season at all?
Shane Kiel is killing it after making the swap from Cabra. Solid player all round. Off contract after this season.
Asquiths defense is winning them games. Pat Weisner is a great coach.
I was told the same thing. If he does see out this season then he is no chance of being there in 2020 with Luke Swain and Pat Wiesner being high on their hit list as the replacements.
I heard that Daren Maroon is on Brothers radar as they want someone with some recruiting power and familiar with players in this level of footy.
What’s been happening with Siosaia Vave, has he been injured for half the year or dropped for fitness reasons.
There appears to be signs of life at Belrose, who secured their first win for 2019, with a 34-16 result against GBW (aka Sydney University)
Good win for Belrose. Hopefully they can snag a few more. There were only four Glebe Burwood contracted players in the Uni side (one of whom has never played for GBW) so very much a University squad.
Earl Park, who were the 4 ?
I am interested in where Syd Uni are getting their players from. They were supposed to be getting a lot from Cronulla u20s, but given their results it looks more like they are getting them from the tertiary comp.
Concord Burwood also seem to be suffering
Fridays teams against Belrose
Mutu Stanley - Helensburg, previously Moorebank SS
Joe Kavoa - SU Rugby Union and previously Burwood Nth Ryde Utd
Dom Ayoub - St George Dragons A grade
Paul Rokolati - Souths Logan Magpies, previously Roosters & Kingsgrove
Josh Boumelhem - Guildford & Cabra JRL
Matt Long - Auburn & Hills
Neenan Simpson - previously Bulldogs & GBW
Tesimoni Tailiauli - Newtown & Cabra
Jaz Flavell - GBW & Hills
William Swann - Sharks u/20
Anthony Overton - Hills
Daniel Arahu - helensburg, Moorebank, Kingsgrove
J P Hannawe - Hills
Rueben Taylor - Bulldogs
Ben Jackson - GBW
Ben Vitucci - St Marys
Nick Serafino - Cairns
No players from Tertiary comp.
makes an interesting read]
It appears that 13 guys have played for both GBW and Sydney University during 2019:
Jordan Chong Sun, Lorenzo Mulitalo, William Swann, Brock Pelligra, Deighton Ieriko, Jaz Flavell, Halauafa Lavaka, Paul Rokolati, Ben Jackson, Ben Pointer, Evander Swann, Zane Elsley, Jackson Garlick.
As former GBW assistant coach Mick Habib was appointed as SU coach, he has also used another 4 players that have appeared for Burwood teams in the past: Joe Kavoa, Neenan Simpson, Tjaden McLean and Ratu Cavailati.
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